The Mount: Guided house tours with our interpreter and special exhibits, including "Life in the Dale: Augustus Martin's Lenox," "Edith Wharton and the First World War" and "The Backstairs Project," $18/children free, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 2 Plunkett St., Lenox. Tours are on the hour, beginning at 11 a.m. The grounds are open daily through April.
North Adams Museum of History and Science: View local history exhibits, Anasazi Indian artifacts, the Discovery Room, explore early farm life and railroad history, 1 to 4 p.m., Western Gateway Heritage State Park, Building 5A, State Street, North Adams.
Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum: Visit the Portrait Gallery, Birthing Room, Anthony Homestead exhibit, Quaker Life exhibit and the Legacy Room, $6-$3 admission, 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., 67 East Road, Adams.
Bidwell House Museum: Historian and author Bernard A. Drew presents "East Rock is Falling," free, 10 a.m., Monterey Community Center, 468 Main Road, Monterey. Great Barrington's East Rock was never in danger of falling, despite a joshing Boston Post reporter's sensational article in 1906. But the town's eastern hills do brim with dozens of true, if forgotten, stories.
Bryant Homestead: Celebrate Maple Days with Bryant Homestead, $10 includes breakfast and demonstrations, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., 207 Bryant Road, Cummington. Take a walk through the property's 200-year-old sugarbush and witness a 19th-century boiling demonstration with local historian Dennis Picard. Tour the house and get a special look at Frances Bryant's cookbook, learn about the history of maple syrup in New England, 19th-century cooking and recipes that used maple syrup.
New Lebanon Bicentennial: The official kickoff event of the town's bicentennial celebration, featuring a program describing the town's religious and spiritual traditions and displays of historical documents, as well as the introduction of the NL200 celebratory banner, a new Town Seal and the "Passport to New Lebanon," 10 a.m. to noon, New Lebanon Town Hall, 14755 NY-22, New Lebanon, N.Y.
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